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9.11         MEZ-BEAM CLAMP

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9.11.2 Mez Cramp With Thread

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9.11.2 Mez Cramp With Thread

  1. 1. 9.11 MEZ-BEAM CLAMP 9.11 ASSEMBLING AND FASTENING 9.11.2 MEZ-CRAMP with thread N E C D B A Art.-Nr. Material A B C Ø E N VPE Weight units kg/unit 857/1 GT-verzinkt 38 19,0 21 M8 35 18 50 0,081 858/1 GT-verzinkt 44 21,0 23 M 10 42 20 25 0,143 859/1 GT-verzinkt 58 23,5 35 M 12 54 26 25 0,216 859/11 GT-verzinkt 58,3 29,5 30 M 16 58 28 25 0,318 Stress details: Breaking point is 4 times higher Art.-Nr. Max. Load Zulassung In the stated loading capacity (kN) a a security factor of Nü=4 against 857/1 1,2 kN VDS, UL breakage has been taken into account. 858/1 2,5 kN VDS, UL, FM A warranted reduction of the security 859/1 3,5 kN VDS, UL, FM factors is at the discretion of the user. 859/11 5,5 kN VDS, FM Workmanship + Assembling: Application examples: MEZ-CRAMP with internal screw thread - Provides a quick and efficient solution when suspending pipes onto steel beams - For fastening of the pipe clamp – a threaded rod with locking nut is to be inserted into the thread of the clearance hole of the beam clamp. The unscrewing of a nut guarantees that it is held together at the top end - The pipe clamp can then be pre-assembled onto the threaded rod MEZ-CRAMP without internal screw thread - Even after pipe assembling has been completed it allows for a height adjustment of the pipe clamp - The threaded rod in the threadless clearance hole All Rights Reserved can be pushed upwards without displacing the screw - No risk that the displacement of the screw will lead to the loosening of the connection between beam and pipe clamp - Tighten the locking nut to complete fixing

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